Already an established hoax. Note how the "farmer" doesnt seem particularly focused on the craft and zooms in and out randomly. Also the first 2 trees
the craft goes behind are of a sharper image than the rest of the trees, suggesting they were added in...
Its crap like this that allows the rest of the world to keep laughing at the idea of ufos instead of taking an in depth look.
10-3-2011 by itsatrap because: (no reason given)
What cracks me up is how quickly people dismiss everything as a hoax. I worked as a director of a photography for Discovery for 6 years. I've seen
the best in Computer Generated Animation. It has become so good that there is no way a non-professional can tell the difference.
Why put the "whoosh" in the last frame? Getting the dog to run was also awesome. I'm not saying its real but I'm not saying its fake either.
We will know in the coming months. I have a feeling there are going to be so many of these that there will be no way to dismiss them
Looks fake to me .. youtube commenters already caught on to a few things:
"As he zooms out, the UFO goes with the camera in front, and gets larger...So..fake..."
"obvious, FAKE! pause and look at the trees in front of the object, they are clear and distinct and there are no other similiar trees in the area.
The trees and the object have been CGI'ed into the video. Nice work, but Fake's like this are what ruin the credibility of any real evidence out
1) The video starts with the craft conveniently positioned in a clearing (where we can get a nice good look at it)
2) Very little camera shake. No evidence of panic/excitement by the cameraman.
3) Craft conveniently moves behind some threadbare trees (suggesting - hey! the video must be real, as it's not so easy to hoax such an effect)
... but the important one for me...
4) When the craft shoots up the camera barely moves (natural reaction would be to follow the craft skyward).
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